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Alton Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 14, 1890, Alton, Illinois ■ 'DAILY TELEGRAPH. VOLUME -!>• ALTON, ILL.. FRIDAY EVENING, MARCI! 14. 1890. NO. 231 —■  .. Ii V lf A Day’s Proceedings in Senate and House. PUBLIC BUILDING BILLS PASSED. Oili.i rni Ii. pivkentabve aud Mw. Ketchum, ii. A w Yufki Kitttor aud Mn Piatt, I Mil Senator ami Mr*. Htalgutt. <. I KUI* .I Dr. J. W. Enos’ Sanitarium, ALTON, TX ala. na Bilos nanoHioee that he ha* established in a building purchased for the DR. W*>» mm purpOM a SANITARIUM for the Hight of Way to Railroad* Granted by the Hon**—Still IMeraMlng the Oklahoma HIM The Coroner’* Inquest Over the Remain* of I * ( on[rruin*n Taal* hee—KlneaUI C ommit tnt lo Jail—Oilier W*<hl*|t«B Rote* ol Inter#*!. W AMO I a UTO* I’m, March 14—In the a-uat* Ti; un* lay LUI* were parent for public buil-lmvt* at HiitckUin, Cal., 1*6,000; Mam-nu 'Ut, Hoi Bprinji*. in the Yellowstone Nation ii ptrk, #|o,<*lf*; Pawtucket, R. L, 1100,-UJt); Woonsocket. R I, I UG,OU); Hudson, N. Y., IIOUJUO; Virginia City, Nee., 175,000; Huston. *, Neb., #150,000; Tile Dal lea, Ora, HOMA A que*’ion of Eustis in relation to soma* ut Hoar on the southern question Ere!pitatoil a hot political deiwtu which tiai through must of the afternoon. Hhsr-iiimii and Butler hat! an int resting set-to which provoked applause from the ga.lens*. Proceeding* In th* (louse. The home pulsed tho bill extending for three your* the time within which the Denison and Ouachitn Valley Railroad company may construed its road through the Indian territory. Bdls were ainu panned granting rigutof way to railroads as follows: Through the Mille Lace Indian renenration, Minnesota, to the Little Palls, Mille Lac* and lake Hu|**• w>c Railroad company; through the Indian territory to the Galena, Guthrie and Wistern Railroad company; through Hie Keg Perce Indian mervatkm, Idaho, to the Palouse and Hpokane Railroad company. Toe house thee went Into committee of the who# on the Ok lahotna UIL Mn. Hart Icon Goes South. W agrimotor crrr, March 14—Pted-i vie tor General Wanamaki-r de tied et the last moment not lo accompany Mr*. Harri-ent, Mrs. Wanaraaker and th ’lr |«rty ce 'iiair southern trip. The tarty, constating jf Mr*. Harrison, Mrs. wemonaker an I Miss Wenanmker, Mr. ami Mr*. Rnswll Harrison. Mrs. Wilson, of Philadelphia', Mise RoUn^m, of New York, and Mr. Hammond, of Trenton, N. J., left the city at ll o’ck ck Thu relay for HL Augustine, Fla. SMB IN I A Female Institution Threatened with Ruin. CAUSE, AN OBNOXIOUS PROFESSOR. The World’* Pair HIH. \V a sn i NuToa (.TTT, March 14—The leat material modifications In the world’s fab* UU hare been made. The new till which is just completed diffei s iu several important particular* from all other measure*. The dual and meat radical change in it is bringing the date back to ltVi and making no reference to IMW. Building Lots for Sale. THE OHIO REDISTRICT ING. Haw It May Be Made to HI eel a Demo-erat!* I’reactant. Coi.t MBC*, O.,Mat oh 14--If the Buchanan Mil, providing for the election of presidential electors by Urn people of the cun-grteeional distr I. ta in* tea.! of by the state at large. becomes a law under lite redistrict ag law Ju A aune tort, Uh to would give the next Democrsttc presidential candidate sixteen statoral vol*, instead of bone, ss usual, unlet*, la-fore a presidential ^taction cum** a Repel* Bean leg stature should repeal the taw. As the ntate an st. .rial districts ar* now ar ranged, however, that branch of the legislator* to quite certain to remain Dun>»-craHc. A Mil will be offered as a se halite ta which give* the legislature the power to elect the presidential elector* I hie woald give the Ohio electoral vote to the Democrat* coly when they have a majority ca joint ballot in the legislature. THE TAU-BEE SHOOTING. BOTH MEDICAL and SURGICAL. life experience during many year* has oonvinoed him that all disease he managed more nuoceeafuHy in an institution of this kind, under the VC    .    a    4*    .    a___I .1___    ___I _.JaL (L. . 1swaana rara* aHuiB* r^’ju'.t ^u!>^vtsion of the physician, and with the aid of moans not other-*** st eommand, than when the patiente are seen by their medical advisers n Intervals of eeveral houre or days p    ...    -    as    a    arffHi Tho position of the SANITARIUM is high, and the surrounding are free Irom all noxious influenoee. It Le readily reached by the Second street horse Mn and is near the Union Depot.    ^    _    .    ...    . Vhe building Ie large, and arrangements are as perfect as Is possible from tknowledire of naiiitary adance and the requirements of eueb an institution. llllVW.v^    sa    sa.    M       A.___-___Ila /xkntriAlltulii • Uiithj T Is kill UI All . Z10Wlr<lKT5 Ut HrtlllV rvuiVMW          - Electricity In all it* forms; Oxygen and its compounds; Baths, Douches, Ifcsttgf, Inhalation, Nursing, etc., are provided as may be required by pain addition to suota other treatment as may be deemed advisable. A LARGE SOLARIUM For Son Baths and exercise in cold and inclement weather, etc., ie provided. Bach patient ie thoroughly examined by Dr. Enos, and receives his taffy personal attention. Now Open FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. Fir furthtr information address Or. ENOS it the SANITARIUM, corner of George and Third its., Alton, III. Cur* drr'i I liquet tlvrr Iii* H.ui aln* at th* Head Ma a. Wash I soton OTT, March 14—Th* Taulbee tuques! wa* held Wednesday afternoon. Hamu-I I loua! Isoa, ex^toortacper of the house of repn w*ntativ*s, wa* the first wit-n «a His I.-"    wa* .ub*taiiUally as fallows: "The 2«th day of Fabruary hut I met Mr. Taulbee, the deceased, near the south steps that lead down from the ladies’ entrance to the house cm the on st front of the building. We had | leaved aer usa the first landing and lied turned to the left lo proceed, when tm the lam Un - just lehlnd na. on my right and on Mr. Ta ut law’s lefts Mr Kincaid a|»|*.ar*d. Mr. Tauibe»'s face wa* turtled partly to ward Mr Kincaid when the latter mid: ‘Mr. Taulbee, you can see me now.’ The de-i-coacd turned Iii* face further toward him when Mr Kincaid fired the pistol shot, the tail taking effect just at the outside of die loft eye. t lie Wood spurting out over ray left hand.* Kiln »ld Committed Ie Jail. John Daniel*, a painter, saw the flash of the pistol and beard Mr. Kincaid say Rial ha did it The jury retired and in a few minute* returned a verdict, in which they found that Mr. Taulbee come to hi* death "front • pistol wound, tbs pistol being bel l in the hands of Cherie* ML Kincaid In the United Hiatus capitol building, Pal*. *J\ I via I." At the co elusion of the inquest Mr. Kincaid was committed to jail to await the action of the grand jury. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castana. RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED They Never Lived Together. U MTT vsac ho, Pa., March 14 -Judge Medusa granted Flora Belle J antick, daughter of W. W. Ha far. the richest man in this county, an absolute divorce front her hue-Land, Rev. W. H. Jordiek, pastor of the Lutheran church, at Free'borg, Md. The divorce I* granted on th-- ground that the marriage, which wa* clandeehlne, wee procured by freud. The octuple wire married under amu me-1 name* st (.WumUa, in I **6, by Rev E 0. Griffith, while J or. I lob wa* a student at the Lutheran Theological seminary here.    J or Lek never acknow U*ig>«l Tile Ti ow tile Blart* la the Ad veered Cl,i*m>* end Barrad* to the Whole tell'.ot—4a Addr*** lo the f**H*-— lr* Ntuiivni. at the WaahlagUMi L‘i«tv«-r*ltj Kit I»«,wn imi a Tradteh Pvw-f*s*»r—Girt* and Bey. Together. OH. t mb cb, ii tea, March 14-Tbere tea •ti I* I,, tie- maW college here that threaten* Un lie of the institution Ten day* ago iMty-iour unite* la th# advanced darted *h(i»ed a petition to Governor HP n >, asking him to investigate Prof. ms it Coe* , preei-dent of the rbuoL Cocke and Ids friends wrote tim governor that the revolt wa* private This arimaad the preparatory clame., and ISA meal her* of them joined the fifty-four. Co he and his frt ads thru claimed It wa* a fight between the Btu lent# w^reo homes were in Columbus and those from this ntete had the effect of reuatag the faculty, and Le nearlay th# toucher* in the foliowiug department* ^u*l the rtrik-ere: Malta?taal toe, Eog.wh, stuenre, indue-triai aud decor stir* art, jeunUiv, nutate, and sri Aa Address to the Feeble. Th# MKtetauts Bi three department* aud the housekeeper also joined the girk The •Arb, -re. lit an add re** to the p. pie, say: •We object to Profemor Grahn Iwrtsuar b« I* Bot MI edueaUir, never having taught hut five yr ahi mon Urn ll had a poor rscerd at th# University of Virginia, havlag lawn there Bv# frere withont ototaink*: a (ta* gree. though only three Is mrewary Hi* con vie lion - ar* weak, bi* uptnioa.. radllat-tng. He dom not ami can not co mimed the admi re ta >u sad respect of th*- pupihi ami ha* low,Te<1 the# lunet tonal Mandat'd." Tile JJU striker* an I rwaksiruul teach re are tetermfned to slay out. Corke, four teacher*, and *imty pupils have pom*anon of the achool but ding. Corner Main and Dry, 150x120, for $500. Eighth and Market, 60x120, - - - - $450 Ninth and Market, 50x100,.....$350. Bluff Street, two lots, each for - - - $150. Alton st*f bet. Fifth & Sixth, 60x120, $5Q0. Higiiland Park.* One Hundred Lots ranging in size from fifty feet front to one hundred feet and thirtyffront, all very deep. Prices from $50 to$500, on terms to suit purchasers. One of the nicest residence plats in Alton. Oyer IOO House* and Lots iii different parts of the city. Gall and see list. Horse! k Mal I Belle street. ALWAYS AHEAD TOO MODEST FOR ST. LOU S. the marriage, aud made no opposition to the divorce, ft* man and wife. > couple never lived together aa ltlg Failure la Dry Good*. NBW Yobk, March 14—The dry good* trade wa* *urj*ri**d Th urn lay by the BMW px-t«d anoouncv-uietit of the failure of Harbison A Lode!, wholesale dealer* In dry good* at STI Broadway. Th# menhirs of the firm, Edward Harbison and Noah Ladder, mal ie a general assignment to Frederick J. Lancaster No preferences were made, and bolti gentlemen have turned over to the amigo## their private residence* ami all par-tonal property Til* ll* iii ll I Wa are bm ween tauu.dOM and MUi.OtG. Th* nominal I exceed the latter amount The failure was caused by the firm'* inability to obtain money to meet bill*, dull trade and poor ooh iectkma    __ Me OhJ*. ted lu Male sad Female Art Mutt ut* Btu lying lh* Nude TogetUvv-Bt Loris, March 14—The young ladle* af the an a boul of the W aeh.agWN* unlvrr atty have att down (Mi a prudish prof **v with a thud that bi still eouomg about th* city. The u alc an I ivutaie stodettte have for year* stmtiad together. Th* cl os » that drew, painted an-l motlete.1 from the nude oeeupted a imeB In enramon. Prof* nor J. b. Patrick I* tut imported imAruchw juet from IWriA lh* Lien of men ami wow* Judy • tug together from the nod* struck blin a* wuuetotng that no! even Part* could ktelid. and he order .4 the women to occupy a diff«i**nt room from th* men When this order want forth the glrle got together, ami, after mu d) dte-uaOOn, <*tn min** I to •’irk uilh the men, aad mare-hal Lu a holy to*of Ila Hwy Cl I vee, bead of Hie art department, and submitted their demand*. lv»^ uelal to them. aa I the girhare tech with the te.y* mold mg th* human form divine ft getter from life.     . With tho aim of Leading iii my Line of Kusint‘88 I have Received a I.argo Stock of BYZANTINE RUGS The Latest in he Market, in ell Sizes and Colors, A FINER ANO BETTER RUG than the SYRMA Rug, at tha Sami Price. The Citizen* of Alton anti Vicinity arn Co (tinily Int lied to fall ami Examine tlie«e RUGS- I am not afraid cf aa losfBctiou nf ihnir Quality. Cannot liny Mesleau Territory. Washinotob Crrr. March 14—Th* committee on foreign relatione ha. reported to the senate the petition of the Fifteenth legie-lativt- • MW.ably of Arieooa asking the gov emnient to toke etep* f*»r the aeq mutton of such Mexican land adjoining that territory aa may be m-ueaeary to give the territory a deep water harbor on the Golf of (.hll-f oru ta.    lit" committee reoomm-ndail that th# matter be lndefluiteJy positioned ami that acteon wa* taken. A letter from Hecretary Blaine accompanied th* report in winch It wa* stated that It is against tha American constitution to sell any of that eouutry’* territory, and encb a measure would lead to the overthrow of the Mexican government. This country wa* I si ii mi Ut honor, the *ecretary »hl, not to a»-u*inpt to obtain any Mexican territory. Tha **Q" Railroad I Hi a1. IV STT 08, Mae*,. March 14—Vice Proto-dent Reinhart of the A tell leon any* of th* Chicago, Ho rh ugh ii ami Quincy and C’hi-cago. Burlington and Northern v»«aJ: "It will remove a great terne of contention among the western roads rn th* practice of cutting rates will disappear to a certain degree. Aa to th# term* I think th* Chicago, Burlington and Quincy have made a good Inveetmvnt." ii tie Good Citizens of Alton ani Vicinity Including tannin and Jersey Counties. WHEREAS, It lute Pleased bls Royal Nibs, To remain with the Good People of th J* Vicinity ’’FOK LOI” these Many Venr* after Inaugiirattuir a Hystem €>f Hniall I route ai* Hharp Com petit Ion. Be It therefore# Presidential Nom la at Ion*. VV amu v.tok Crrr, March ii —^The preto dant ba* aunt to the renate th* following miml nation*: Andrew I lev bison, bf Cooper*-town. N. Y., to be Aret deputy coumitedooer of peosiona, vice Hiram Wraith, resigned, Henry i\"flooding, of Indiana, to be chief Justice of th# *uprctn* court of tim territory of Arisoea; Robert Waugh, <d iowa, to ba agi-ut for the Indian# of the Uintah and Outhit agency bt Iteh. Post mar. ten: Ohio— Henry H WU I lain*, Urisuia; Jeremiah Kerr, Greenfield; D. H. Hcutoy, Hamilton; A. Ii Bree***, Mount G;U-vd Indiana—VT. ll. Ward, Bolcni. Minneeotn Got I Hen Hchmldt, New ll im. Iowa—C. Ii laliuadga, Wi»t LI aion; K B. Couuhb. AuduUm; .V. W’Ullsoo, Creston, lllinoto-J. C. l, Springfield. Rhode Island R*paMtenn Tlekat. pBovtDBKcx, R. L. March 14—At th* Republioan *tete convention hare the follow-lag nomination* for stet* <>««•* were Baade. For governor, Herbert ff. LsM, (f rPsvL dane, lieutenant governor, DanM I. Ut-tleflald, of Pawtuoiet: wcrwtory «ff etsda. Samuci W. Cross, of Westerly, gwtwral treasurer, Samuel nark, of Dacula; utter n«y general, Horatio Roger*, cf PawtedteL lad laos Grand Army Mea. iKDiABxiMua, Mareh ll—Th* state Grand Army of the R pa Ute rnrerasiment closed W» In tm lay evening. Hw-lslsim adopt d d«*tii«!i .trig the Inuit -t «t.> p.» Wig.- of tie *ervice |» nston bdl en » tho rw p*ai of lh# flmtuUM.n claus" af lh • et rear-agmt UIL Ofllorr* were etieted ax follows: (HI R. Wlormaat. Princeton, messnsandrr-tis chief, W. W, M'B-«h. sretior vice w«n-nauxier. Joeepu Gt imstey, junior wt* manfier, L R. W’alher, assictent a-tju airt gooeral. W. M Obcbran. *i* *Uuit q<e-rter-n**at*r general, Dlimiap ■•)*; (lover »w Alvia r. ll .vey, d#tegate-ai larg*- to tho na tioaai rem venti«»n Bale el a HW I way. Cinel KB an. March 14—ft# Ohio and Northwestern railroad, running from Cln-ctausM to Portsmouth Ohio, w*e “ Tbunwiar morning by United States Mar •ted Klmnsmd* for fiMfijDIW, to ffw IliiU ,i»' Investment companv. The proparty is the old Cincinnati ami Bastern road, ami had two mortgage* oa It aggregating UTO,nan _ |’«werl*M to Help Hie Wile. Four Hi’nos, Mick., Mardi 14—Mr*. D. Car I Ute, aa aged lady Bv lag three mile* west of Marysville, white fixing sh* fire la a wood stove. Ignited her dothnsg in some way sod WM to te rribly burned that "**• dV»i Her bustesnd wa* the only oth*r ocm-paut of (be thus* ami was a wit mw* of (to whole occurrence, but wa* pow<-rtea* to help ber, as he Is A paralytic an i ran me*# neither hand mr foot For three hour* he WM •'UHM*U*il eetoh th* e*.-t o.taring Hmiy of Mi wife Wrte-n the daughter !"•-mraed from i horch mc.teal ahi was anti-etomrt, hat it was too hrta A.. J. HOWELI WU TOO KMM MO IUU THROW ANIDF YvXIR FURL IATRH6 ARD    J* Builders’ Hardware a Speciality. I have the.., Finest Line of Carpenter’s Tools in thetCHy.. , RESOLVED, That we, Consult oui m u Intcrrets. when In Need fit .?;V,Vv,iiii\(i CLOTHSG, ROOTS, SHOES, FURNISHING ted DRY GOODS, to Call on Th* Ks*catlv# B#*siea Leakage. Wabbibotox Crrt, March 14.—The Dolph ceratin (tee la v*rtigatmg secret session leakages of lb senate have Iwgua the ^x*mma-ti..s of a IWW class of wltncseea K W. Hate ford, private secretary of th* preekieot, Q. L Pru*k‘n, «XK*ulitt ci#rfc crf lh© pmrtdsot# Tboma* W’ Crk I ter, chtef of the dlplomalta bureau of th# state department, Julian Tay-l .r an i Jm.w, W. Philip. "Urb. ta tter state d pert hi. ut w re amour the wlteeeree turn bm to Mr HsJfurd an i Mr. Pnsdsa "-re B»k©d    qife©»liMni    •boul    tte iiH*ib4nJ trAiuumtiib, treausa to tie* s-u^te They ax pl* in"-1 that It woald hardly be pureibl# tor treaties to “ieah out" o« th»n way from th* stat* department to the ea(U!oL The Jury Dtoagrwud. Bab Fkabciboo, March H—Th* trial of Mrs. Sarah Althea Teary en a charge of (siutoinpt of court la restating an officer in lhtet Wha had bree cedared to remote from the courB-ruom ha* been <xuiclu.ted. The jury after remaining out all night sa- iv cl nee, I a disagrcemcut. tlw vote standing tight for acquittal and four for enavto* Ksiltlrs I to* th at rn Lawyer. NBW Yobx. March ;4- Bcnjamta Tbure ton, a well known lawyer and a resident of Providence, died at at T oVteck in the mom-tng at th# reosni of th# University dub at Twenty sixth siree* and Mad tem avenue. Mr. Tb aretes wa* strickea down with w#i mon la. The Udy will ha taken to Pn>%i-itanca    _ Rallied a ” Hllad Tiger.” Hob kb Tbbbb. Mo., March 14-Mr*. William Rogers, of this place, created a •Hr by reidiua one of Us* “idiiwl-tiger" aa-which have been run ii mg bere ta vta-tatkm of the law. Bb* baa two sum. Both BM miters. Th*# w^w rntewd to the pie . ..mite drunk The n.-te- i kewrnait th# faM* and mau«urated a oruaad.v Dcmaing Mr hat she bartened down to til* eahioa. (UMI *ft*r a brtsf hut Iniereetta* interview with the prwprtatnr. Am dem-.ibhed every wmd- .a ta th* place and partially wr-ehwl the interior before she coaid be persuaded to fiesta*.    ____ THE GLOBE. AM) BE IT KU BTU EH REAOLTKIj, Tit at in order to ke*p bi*    *l    WM »wkllg^ longer we ail of an agree to *end our JrstlfiU^7w    and I J" HILDEBRAN|j, for all their Good Good* hi LOW I Kl -N *•© h Copy of titia be Motto THE GLOBE. ■••n-Amrr!<•■■• Farer Bateildlt-a Wakkikutob GITT, March 14—The i*an-Am»*ri*-wn -ongn-s* committ--" on *uiniuuP catkin un th* AtlunUe has pre*, ntel it* report to th* cun'creoee The csmunitu^ rec-o4iimetni* th# .wtabiwhmont of a sutewii^ fart bi-monthly pamengcf, mad. sad freight et, a ussr en view between lh.* Unite I Hlatee ^.1 Rio J4.ii rn. Montevideo, sad Riwoue Ayne; also »>> *uxdtary t i-month y fr, igut u™ TU - contracting government* are to eoctri* Ute aid to the Cart Bare ta the fnUoer-lng pr«u-*rtsm.: Tbs United Blate., to, per cent ; Argentine Republic, ITH p* rent,; Braid, HH i«r rent.; Uruguay, 5 per cent, and lh- 'tape are to be (rf American construct *««:i    - Will Re Takes Rash ta Caba. NBW Yobx, March 14—Ooaawtartonar Lyman ba* decided that Cortex, tha allege.I Cuban era ta. tiler, against whom proceeding* tau ii lag to his extradition have teem g Jug on, stiouid be returnau to tha Cuban eutbontM. Cortex will ha taken to Caba a* soon ae |**w»t4a Mew Blate Treamsrer ter MlMourt. jBFFBNaov Cm, Mo., March 14 Gov arnur Freed* has e|>po4utat I. V Siethens at BuonvUte, th* watekaowa tanker and Anan tee, stote irea«,»r.r of Mtaawrl to esrv# natil the ew-cnl M mday la January, Itm GovcnMw Fruited wa* not formally adopted the reelgu *■ mo of Tre uurer Noland, bal filed It IU the et »te di-pertment e* na Mtedg^atataffM to lls oetlr tor Mr Bteptao • Appxntntent CIT! OF ALTON ANO SUBDEBS. Committee. g Wry lataresal Affair. Wabhsiumm Cm, March 14-Th.- Pree-kkmt and Mrs Harrison ^eve an informal dinner at th * White Moose Wednesday eight a , o npm v of dghtatex- ^ gu-rte were: Hi ?tut4 it tbiKi Mi * dwurfltaf* Mr, abo Mffc CU, wy, uf Sew Harare*! re; IWprrecntaUv# of Kaneae; Senator ani Mre. a,«>• .ivi Mrs. stud*baker, Bettor and Mrs. fVy*. ii pre- utaUve and Mra Morrow, d laiueasa at Teharaa. LOK HOK, March 14 -Advkw* from Teharau state that the tafluansa I* raging Unre with great severity and increasing virulence A dan* av, rag* of seventy death* fr<im th* ii lawn*, is reported. Severe! members of the shah’s family are prostrated with th* Rseltesneat la th* Traw*vaal. Loa lion, March 14—News frow J.kanni# m the Trenevaai, rn to the aff«-t lh*I thrw pc re rn* who had i-irtutpete.i in th* recant auk g<<r*rnin#(rt ik*moii*trau.'ii, and In the hen tag vows of th* flag d the re-po ids*, have tee wilt to Pretoria on a charge at ti sawn. As a ome-qu-nc* gieat axcltetri. ut prevails throughout th* repute Rea Ham I Ila* Want* a Fardma. Tax wok, ». J., Mar oh U -Eva Haudl ton, th# wlf# at Robert Ray Hamilton, who ta serving a twin ta th* Hate urWra horn fur assault upon Nan# Dotioeuy, presented a petill u to the court at nard ><*» TOeeday tor a pardon. The Hell Tskytesi I*lvt4*a4. Bowmb, March ll-TM# Bell Tete j eooipany has declared a dividend of lh th!re payable April 1ft to stockholder* vt March al. The books will ba dread from April I to ii    ___ He Gave Away lh* (JareileM. Bi uni Ko rajs, M. Y., March 14—LAarles p. Tar bun* gave bail bar* Wwlneeday to *i* panr hefor* th* federal court at Tr«uU»*, » J^Aprtl 1ft, to ait*w«r a e oar ga of viola Ung Ut* ctvU rervkn taw bf giving mkt .xasiuow Hon* ta Thomas F Jurdan an M kjf IT, Wffr, at which Ulna T*rt»«h* wax an nmpkty# at th# New York osausi houea High Llreu#* tar Heltli ABBArtHJa. M I., Msren 14 -Th# tagb h-oen*" bid for Bait more city    th#    am ate WadiuwJay I* irate Ute howes at IdUU for whhky and fdtofursaalt itquor* TV* Heath si Jeugbaaa PxtiBiA, Ills., March 14-It saems that ‘die Chftrago d*ipatehes with ref#ran»' to the kenL of lb rahxrd Jnughaut wine rlrffcu aft*# alt. A pxt’ iwt ta #x»ait«*t»ei i<rovs* a meta** cly that lie was not drowsed, aud iha dt«tor» aow belief he wa-* el »#r mod* hagg«l or druggwL Hi* #»(FWBOh will b* •ubjectai to analyse (liirland Stoves and It nip. Granite aid Japanned fart. A. L. Floss Thrd Street, opp. Belle. Telephone ti. SPRING! 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